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    meet up with an ex-teacher later?

    I'm a 20-year-old guy and one of my (female) ex-teachers has asked me to meet up with her.

    She's 36 and we've been chatting on Facebook for a while. She asked me what my plans for the weekend were and, when I said I didn't have any, she suggested that we go for a drink.

    We're supposed to meet at half ten in a bar in a nearby town, but now I'm having cold feet. Could she get into trouble if something happened even though I left 6th form almost 2 years ago? She's gorgeous and seems interested in me, so I'd like to go and see what happens...

    Thanks in advance for any advice
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    nope it's completely fair game, go forth and tap that
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    If you pull it off, and she is actually gorgeous, you're a ****ing lad. Better than anything I've done thus far. But I'm only 16
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    Go forth my Good Sir, and tap dat!
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    Well, it's a bit late to let her down now...
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    meet up with an ex-teacher later?

    I'm a 20-year-old guy and one of my (female) ex-teachers has asked me to meet up with her.

    She's 36 and we've been chatting on Facebook for a while. She asked me what my plans for the weekend were and, when I said I didn't have any, she suggested that we go for a drink.

    We're supposed to meet at half ten in a bar in a nearby town, but now I'm having cold feet. Could she get into trouble if something happened even though I left 6th form almost 2 years ago? She's gorgeous and seems interested in me, so I'd like to go and see what happens...

    Thanks in advance for any advice
    No longer a student + she's no longer your teacher = fair game. Smash her back doors in.
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    Not illegal. Go for it.
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    When I read the title I was gonna say smart listens to the brain, stupid listens to the heart, but now I've read the full post, I'm gonna say rag the hell out of her! I cant believe your having second doubts
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Could she get into trouble if something happened
    No suprisingly enough going out with another adult isnt illegal
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    It seems strange but I suppose it's up to you to judge whether you're okay with that.
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    Go for it

    She obviously doesn't think there's anything wrong with it, so just enjoy!
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    meet up with an ex-teacher later?

    I'm a 20-year-old guy and one of my (female) ex-teachers has asked me to meet up with her.

    She's 36 and we've been chatting on Facebook for a while. She asked me what my plans for the weekend were and, when I said I didn't have any, she suggested that we go for a drink.

    We're supposed to meet at half ten in a bar in a nearby town, but now I'm having cold feet. Could she get into trouble if something happened even though I left 6th form almost 2 years ago? She's gorgeous and seems interested in me, so I'd like to go and see what happens...

    Thanks in advance for any advice
    No she can't get in trouble anymore because she's not your teacher anymore.
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    Just make sure that you use protection
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    Do it.
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    Thanks for the advice

    She's text me, saying "Really looking forward to seeing you xxx"

    I'm leaving at 10 so any last minute tips?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Thanks for the advice

    She's text me, saying "Really looking forward to seeing you xxx"

    I'm leaving at 10 so any last minute tips?

    Maybe I'm tired or maybe I just have dirty mind...either way, I honestly thought that said "sexing you"
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    tell us how it went lol
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    meet up with an ex-teacher later?

    I'm a 20-year-old guy and one of my (female) ex-teachers has asked me to meet up with her.

    She's 36 and we've been chatting on Facebook for a while. She asked me what my plans for the weekend were and, when I said I didn't have any, she suggested that we go for a drink.

    We're supposed to meet at half ten in a bar in a nearby town, but now I'm having cold feet. Could she get into trouble if something happened even though I left 6th form almost 2 years ago? She's gorgeous and seems interested in me, so I'd like to go and see what happens...

    Thanks in advance for any advice
    Get all up in her!
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    It was such a good night!

    Ok, we only kissed, but I think there's a lot more there

    She asked me if I wanted to sit outside, I said yes but thought there'd be a lot of people out there too, due to the weather. When we got outside, there was no-one there! She started kissing me, biting my lip like she wanted more.

    Then she said she'd really enjoyed and that we should meet up again and maybe take it back to her house!!

    That's hinting at sex, right?...I haven't had sex in 6 months

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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    It was such a good night!

    Ok, we only kissed, but I think there's a lot more there

    She asked me if I wanted to sit outside, I said yes but thought there'd be a lot of people out there too, due to the weather. When we got outside, there was no-one there! She started kissing me, biting my lip like she wanted more.

    Then she said she'd really enjoyed and that we should meet up again and maybe take it back to her house!!

    That's hinting at sex, right?
    ...I haven't had sex in 6 months

    Sounds promising
 
 
 
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